Hundreds of people turned out today at hank's ice cream and roast beef in Webster for a local boy. The store opened an hour early Saturday morning. It's donating 20 percent of today's profits to the family of Noah Passero, a Webster boy awaiting a heart transplant due to a condition called cardiomyopathy. Noah's family was overwhelmed by the community's response.
"This is more important than the financial to see the community with an outpouring of their hearts," says Andy Yazwinski, Noah’s grandfather.
Saturday was Noah's 8th birthday. He is currently awaiting his heart transplant at